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Patient specific modeling and simulations of the electromechanical activity of the heart

Research team : MACS -

Presentation of various patient specific simulations of the cardio-vascular system. The results obtained in a clinical or pre-clinical context pave the way for the use of numerical simulations in a diagnosis or prognosis context in cardiology.

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Home > Centre > Nancy > Innovation > RII > Demonstrations > Modélisation du coeur d'un patient

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RII Nancy Santé © Inria / Photo J.F. Badias

Inria Industry Meeting

Some pictures of the meeting

Inria, in partnership with the IHU Strasbourg and the Alsace BioValley cluster, organized an Inria Industry meeting about numerical simulation for healthcare and wellbeing, which brought more than 170 persons from companies, universities, hospitals and research laboratories. This day was an opportunity for five specialists: Luc Soler, Jean-Claude Granry, Alain Viari, Regis Caillat-Grenier and Stéphane Eifler to testify to the growing importance of simulation in the health sector, and for Inria Research teams to present their work in the field. Back on the highlights of the day.

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Simulating wave propagation with XLife++

Charlotte Renauld - 3/02/2017

Waves are everywhere in our daily lives, be they light, radio, sound, seismic, gravity or on vibrating strings.  As a result of this diversity, waves give rise to rich and complex propagation problems in the presence of obstacles, especially since they can propagate indefinitely. This leads to a certain number of issues: How can these phenomena be digitally simulated? How can infinite environments, even in 3D, be managed, without using too many computer resources? How can we have one general simulation tool instead of several tools devoted to specific phenomena, whilst providing high performance? At the latest Unithé ou Café, on Friday 3 February, Nicolas Kielbasiewicz, member of the Poems project team, presents his research and explains how the design of the XLiFE++ computation code makes it possible to meet the multiple requirements of researchers in wave propagation.

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Home > Centre > Saclay > Research > Simuler la propagation des ondes

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